A new ticket launched offers supporters of both Notts County and Nottingham Forest unlimited travel on match days for just £4.50.
What’s more, the new zigzag play offers further savings for fans travelling in small groups, with a group ticket costing just £10 for up to five people of any age.
Notts County players (left to right) Craig Westcarr, Alan Judge, Lee Hughes and Karl Hawley help trent barton to launch zig zag play ahead of the big derby match.
Alex Hornby, Commercial Director, explained: “Everyone is very excited about this first meeting of our two local sides since 1994, and we are delighted to be able to launch this new travel scheme in time for the big match at the City Ground.
“Whether you are travelling on your own or with family and friends, zigzag play offers a great way to save money on match days.
“More importantly it means that it’s easier than ever to get to and from games without having to worry about parking or not being able to enjoy a drink before or after the game.”
All fans need to do to take advantage of the offer is to show their match ticket or season ticket when they board any bus one of our buses after 9am on any match day.
Added Alex: “With bus stops within easy walking distance of both grounds, we are sure the offer will prove a winner with fans, whichever team they support.”
Over the coming months, followers of football will not be the only people to benefit from the new ticket. Holders of tickets for Nottingham Panthers games and events at the Capital FM Arena and Derby Live will also qualify for zigzag play. Further venues are also expected to join the zigzag play scheme and further details can be found at www.trentbarton.co.uk